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Prevent Squirrel Damage to Substations

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Curiosity killed the cat. Unfortunately, it kills the squirrel too when it makes contact with high voltage conductors inside a substation. That is usually what happens after it climbs up power lines and makes its way inside. Often, that is the cause of a power outage in people’s home.

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See CRITTER GUARD at Lineman's Rodeo 2017

Critter Guard will be exhibiting at this year's Lineman's Rodeo in Overland Park, Kansas October 12-13, 2017.

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Some people think they're cute.  Others, like my wife, think they're rats with cuter outfits!

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So What Is "Line Guard"?


Line Guard consists of 5 cylindrical “rollers” (or spinners) that fit over typical power and/or communication lines.

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MAJRS Holdings, LLC (d/b/a Critter Guard) Purchases Critter Guard, Inc.

Hi everyone. Critter Guard, Inc. (CGI) was founded in the year 2000 and has steadily increased it’s credibility and presence in both the residential market as well as the utility market. Due to some health concerns and their advancing age, the original CGI owners began to look for buyers of the company. That’s where MAJRS Holdings, LLC comes in. I had known one of the owners of CGI for many years. But I only had a passing knowledge of what the business was. Anyway, to make a long story short, MAJRS Holdings, LLC established a ficticious name registration with the State of Missouri to operate as Critter Guard (the new company is no longer called Critter Guard, Inc.). The actual purchase was done as an Asset Purchase Agreement, rather than a stock/share purchase agreement. Effective December 23, 2016, Critter Guard, Inc. ceased doing business and has since been formally dissolved. Critter Guard continues the same great products, distribution channels, customer service, quality, and passion for keeping those critters out of your equipment (or roof/attic)!

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